Partygoers celebrate International Women’s Day at Queens on Queen
By Emily HawsMar. 11, 2019
About 100 people chowed down on mushroom and margarita pizzas, beef sliders, and tacos, along with a signature Queens on Queen cocktail.
Isabelle Metcalfe and Marianne Goodwin were two of about 100 partygoers to the Queens on Queen party on March 7, which celebrated international women's day. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Hey Party Central insiders, you heard it here first: if the reaction to the venue was any indication, the Queen St. Fare might become one of the hottest post-work political hangouts within the Parliamentary Precinct.
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